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Neale, Jenny and Bell, Sharon (2009). A framework for evaluating equity initiatives in Universities. In Educational evaluation: 21st century issues and challenges. New York: Nova Science Publishers Inc. (pp. 211-226).
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Scott, Geoff, Bell, Sharon, Coates, Hamish and Grebennikov, Leonid (2010). Australian higher education leaders in times of change: the role of Pro Vice-Chancellor and Deputy Vice-Chancellor. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management,32(4):401-418.
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Zoellner, Donald L. (2009). Creating Shared Mental Models for Evidence-Based Mental Health Promotion in Schools. Advances in School Mental Health Promotion,2(3):15-29.
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Carroll, Martin (2010). Dubai's Free Zone model for leadership in the external quality assurance of higher education. In Nair, Chenicheri Sid, Webster, Leonard and Mertova, Patricie(Ed.), Leadership and Management of Quality in Higher Education. United Kingdom: Chandos Publishing. (pp. 187-201).
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White, Ian, Macdonald, Ben C. T., Somerville, Peter D. and Wasson, Robert J. (2009). Evaluation of salt sources and loads in the upland areas of the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. Hydrological Processes,23(17):2485-2495.
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West, Deborah (2015). Finding the 'tipping point': A Framework for building an institutional learning community to improve learning and teaching. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social contexts,18(Special Issue: Narrative Inquiry):40-51.
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Bell, Sharon (2013). How educational matters influence structures in the system: the public good. In Beddie, F. and O'Connor, L.(Ed.), Structures in tertiary education and training: a kaleidoscope or merely fragments? Research readings. Adelaide, Australia: National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER). (pp. 16-25).
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Carthew, Sue (2017). International Open Access Week, , , Charles Darwin University.
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West, Deborah S., Huijser, Henk, Lizzio, Alfred, Toohey, Danny, Miles, Carol, Searle, Bill and Bronnimann, Jürg (2015). Learning analytics: assisting universities with student retention. Australia: Office for Learning and Teaching.
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West, Deborah S., Huijser, Henk, Lizzio, Alfred, Toohey, Danny, Miles, Carol, Searle, Bill and Bronnimann, Jürg (2015). Learning analytics: assisting universities with student retention. Project outcome: Institutional analytics case studies. Australia: Office for Learning and Teaching.
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Boton, Eliani and Gregory, Sue (2015). LMS Integration in Higher Degree Programs. In: International Academic Conference on Teaching, Learning and E-learning 2015, Vienna, Austria, 13-14 November 2015.
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Smith, James A. and Braunack-Mayer, Annette (2014). Men Interviewing Men: The Benefits and Challenges of Using Constructed Mateship as a Tool to Build Rapport when Interviewing Anglo-Australian Men About Their Health. International Journal of Men's Health,13(3).
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Boton, Eliani and Gregory, Sue (2015). Minimizing attrition in online degree courses. Journal of Educators Online,12(1):62-90.
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Race, Digby, Campbell, Matthew, Hampton, Karl, Foster, Denise, Fejo, Clara and Robertson, David (2014). Observations of Climate Change by Remote Communities: Lessons from the Bush in Central Australia. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues,17(4 - Special issue: Red dirt research in remote Australia):23-39.
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Docampo, Domingo and Cram, Lawrence (2015). On the effects of institutional size in university classifications: the case of the Shanghai ranking. Scientometrics,102(2):1325-1346.
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Docampo, Domingo and Cram, Lawrence (2014). On the internal dynamics of the Shanghai ranking. Scientometrics: an international journal for all quantitative aspects of the science of science, communication in science and science policy,98(2):1347-1366.
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Smith, James A., Trinidad, Sue and Larkin, Steven (2015). Participation in higher education in Australia among under-represented groups: What can we learn from the Higher Education Participation Program to better support Indigenous learners?. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social contexts,17(Special Issue: Indigenous Pathways and Transitions into Higher Education):12-29.
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Smith, James A. (2014). Reflections on the framing of 'health equity' in the National Primary Health Care Strategic Framework: a cause for celebration or concern?. Health Promotion Journal of Australia,25(1):42-45.
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Wasson, Robert J., Furlonger, L., Parry, David L., Pietsch, T., Valentine, Eric M. and Williams, D. (2010). Sediment sources and channel dynamics, Daly River, Northern Australia. Geomorphology,114(3):161-174.
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Moyle, Kathryn (2011). Testing the exposure draft of the 'National professional standard for school principals' with school principals in regional and remote communities in the Northern Territory. In Pilot study to test the exposure draft of the National Professional Standard for Principals. Melbourne: Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership. (pp. 13-14).
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Bell, Sharon (2009). The Academic Mode of Production. In Practice-led Research, Research-led Practice in the Creative Arts. Edinburgh: . (pp. 252-263).
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Bell, Sharon (2009). The Distance of a Shout. In Spatialising Politics: Culture and Geography in Postcolonial Sri Lanka. India: . (pp. 72-99).
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Docampo, Domingo, Egret, D. and Cram, Lawrence (2015). The effect of university mergers on the Shanghai ranking. Scientometrics,104(1):175-191.
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Rouwenhorst, Juno, Boggs, Guy S., Wasson, R., Ahmad, Waqar, Mau, R. and Almeidadecarvalhoc, N. (2009). The use of GIS to determine changes in Caraulun River Delta, Timor Leste. In Fisher, R., Myers, B., Sanam, M. and Taurus, V.(Ed.), GIS applications for sustainable development and good governance in eastern Indonesia & Timor Leste. Darwin: CDU Press. (pp. 50-69).
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Bell, Sharon (2010). Women in Science: Lessons from Australia. International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology,2(3):437-452.
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Bell, Sharon (2010). Women in science: the persistence of gender in Australia. Higher Education Management and Policy,22(1):1-19.
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Bell, Sharon, Lyn, Yates, May, Robyn and Nguyen, Huong (2015). Women in the science research workforce : identifying and sustaining the diversity advantage<br />. (1 ed.) Melbourne, Australia: University of Melbourne.
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